Shining Together, We Reach for the Stars.
At Bromesberrow, we work hard to broaden our children's understanding of the world in which they live, at a local, national and global level. We want to instil a sense of hope for our world, so that our children, the next generation can aspire to make improvements to support their world. We ensure that we provide enrichment through trips and exploit our natural environment wherever possible to foster stronger links and a deeper understanding in context e.g. visits to a nearby brook, working mill, our local town, our closest city, a seaside community. All these provide opportunities to compare and contrast-an essential geographical skill.
We have a clear, sequential curriculum for geography, with our intent, implementation and impact explained (below document.)
Our Christian Values: Respect, Motivation, Cooperation, Kindness, Pride, Perseverance
These Values are seen as curriculum drivers and learning behaviours to succeed and 'Reach for the Stars'. They were chosen by our church school community, with our church school community and their needs in mind. Our values are rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ and we use our learning from the Biblical texts to inspire us in our learning, providing us with Aspiration and Light to guide us through our learning journey.
As a part of our whole school cohesion in the curriculum we adopt an enquiry focus each term, e.g. being historians, geographers, artists, musicians, linguists... We believe that this creates better connectivity between the subjects, making learning more relevant to the children, so that they are inspired to 'reach for the stars' as a school team and personally.